Property Introductions

Ediston welcomes property introductions via our online form. Please see our Property Introductions Requirements as well as our Property Introductions Policy below.


  • In town UK offices, including Central London
  • £15m to £50m lot sizes
  • Value add opportunities
  • ‘Non-institutional’ assets preferred
  • Income producing assets with short to medium term redevelopment potential also considered
  • Portfolio deals considered

Development & refurbishment

  • £20m+ end value
  • City centre offices and mixed-use opportunities
  • Targeting ‘big 9’ cities and Central London
  • Assets with short income considered for refurbishment


  • Lot sizes £5m to £15m
  • Multi-let offices
  • Top 9 UK cities
  • ‘Non-institutional’ assets preferred

Investment Introductions Policy

Ediston Real Estate (the ‘Company’) requires that all property introductions are submitted via e-mail to any of the contacts noted at the end of this policy or using the online form on this page.

In order for an introduction to be valid, it must contain the following information:

  • Property address
  • Up-to-date tenancy schedule
  • Purchase price
  • Purchase yield
  • Vendor’s details

No verbal or written communication received or sent is capable of creating a binding agreement unless specifically agreed in writing by the Company

The Company reserves the right in its absolute discretion whether or not it should accept an introduction. By submitting an introduction to the Company you are agreeing and accepting this

If a property has been introduced to the Company by more than one party, the Company reserves the right in its absolute discretion to select and use the most appropriate person

If the Company accepts an introduction, it is on the basis that:

  • The introducer (individual or their firm) has no conflict of interest
  • The introducer (individual or their firm) is acting only for the Company
  • The introducer (individual or their firm) will not make a competing bid on
    behalf of any other party for the relevant property

The introducer’s fee is to be agreed by negotiation and must be expressly confirmed in writing by the Company

If a property has been introduced and rejected, any re-introduction will be deemed to be a new introduction and it must be submitted in accordance with this Introductions Policy

If the Company has accepted or rejected an introduction, it reserves the right to accept a subsequent introduction of the same property from another party without being liable to the initial introducing party, if for example (but not limited to the following), a reasonable period of time has elapsed or if there are changes in the offer terms


Make An Introduction

  • Introducer Information

  • Property Information

  • Up-to-date Tenancy Schedule

  • Accepted file types: pdf.
  • By using this form, you agree to the terms set out in our privacy policy.